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Amsterdam – Last week’s event saw some of the leading thinkers in workplace design come together to imagine an alternative future for the office.
Perth, Australia – Woods Bagot’s redesign of KPMG’s Perth office incorporates local Nyoongar proverbs into its workspace design.
Shenzhen – Physical outlets can cash in on the convenience offered by digital merchandise options, shows Shenzhen concept store Geijoeng.
Shanghai – Mur Mur Lab builds a relationship between coffee, construction and the flowing of space to relate to the body and affect emotional experience.
Slowing down store openings, the fast-fashion brand will invest in making their current footprint more useful to a consumer base that increasingly shops online.
Montreal – Underwhelmed by the proposals of commercial workplace designers, video game studio Eidos approached a residential architect to design its new Montreal office.
Valencia, Spain – For a dentistry office in Spain, designers proposed a pared-down interior that responds to its site and programme.
Vienna – IKEA's coming location in Vienna's city centre will be a car-free zone, reflecting the city's longterm goal to reduce car-travel and the company's move toward circularity.
Pennington, Australia – Adelaide-based designers Genesin Studio combine Vietnamese food with South Australian culture in restaurant Viet Next Door.
New York – Linda Bergroth's pavilion design for the Finnish Cultural Insitute in New York incorporates concepts of the circular economy.
Frame founder and director Robert Thiemann's main takeaway is that co-creation will be essential to the next decade of design.
More than just a physical accolade, our Better Future Factory-designed awards are a reflection of Frame’s ethos of sustainability and innovation.
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